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Francis Akeley

Francis Akeley was born in Boston, Massachusetts, around 1731, was a participant in the Boston Tea Party and the only person to be imprisoned for it. He was a self-employed wheelwright and militiaman during the American Revolution. He died June 19th, 1775 at the Battle of Bunker Hill in Charleston, Massachusetts, from the wounds he received in battle.


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